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Rachel Arianne Ogle

Rachel Arianne is a dance artist who’s detailed approach to kinesthetic movement and energy allows intricate, elastic dynamics to emerge and immersive experiences to manifest through the body for performer and audience.  She has performed with Melbourne dance company Phillip Adams’ BalletLab; Perth’s Buzz Dance Theatre, Hydra Poesis and Kompany Kido; Hong Kong’s City Contemporary Dance Company; Nigeria’s Ijodee Dance Company; Amsterdam’s Unfinished Company; and the global 50collective.

Rachel’s original works include precipice (2014), Of Snowflakes and Spacetime for the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (2014), We Are Made Of Stardust for Link Dance Company, which undertook a European and Australian tour (2013); and her solo work Where You End & I Begin in Perth’s Proximity Festival (2013). In 2009 Rachel was the recipient of the inaugural Future Moves Mid-Career Contemporary Dance Fellowship, participating in the international project ‘50 Days in Costa Rica’ with renowned dance artist David Zambrano.


Her recent dance work precipice with Luke Smiles and Benjamin Cisterne was the 2014 season hit at State Theatre Centre WA.